Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

Friday, October 19, 2018


National Honor Society will have a meeting on October 19th immediately after school in room 527.

Thank you for all who participated in our Homecoming Parade and Powderpuff Game last night.  Special thanks go to Mr. Hauser and Mr. Lubin who stepped up to the plate (or the goal post) and officiated at the game, Mr. Biaggi, Mr. Orlina, and Mr. Mindermann, who assisted with set up, and Coaches Bedesem and Monroe for coaching the teams.  Congratulations to the Seniors for their decisive victory over the Juniors – 18 to zero.  Of course, the reason you know the score is because the amazing Mr. Bartschi announced the game and created a “virtual” scoreboard on the phones of spectators, even though the main scoreboard was not functioning.  In the words of Harry Potter, “I love magic.”

Girls soccer tryouts are coming up! They will be October 22nd and 23rd from 3:30-5:30 on the practice fields. You will need shin guards in order to participate. You also need to have a physical on file with Coach Orlina in order to be cleared to participate. Athletic packets are available online at Any questions about tryouts, please contact Coach Nash, Campopiano, or McGuire. 

Students:  Yearbooks are now $80.  You can purchase yours in room 612, or you can go online either to SchoolPay, or and use the school code 17596.


Homecoming Tickets sales end today at the end of B lunch.  No tickets will be sold after school – for any reason.


The Holidays are upon us, and the poor are with us always, so the time has come to start bringing in your nonperishable food items to help those in the Apopka community who are in need.  Families need all kinds of things, so in addition to canned foods, consider bringing in boxes of mac and cheese, jars of peanut butter, pasta, boxes of disposable diapers, and basic hygiene items such as toothpaste and deodorant.  Your contributions can be brought to ROTC in room 410 or SGA in room 612.


Our annual Halloween celebrations are nearing.  Monday, October 29th, we will have our Wekiva’s Not Very Scary Halloween Party (open to Pre-K through 5th grade from our feeder schools), a scary movie night, sponsored by our film club, and our Haunted House, presented by SGA and a host of volunteer ghouls.  Mark your calendars and look for details to follow.